I have a maytag dryer, the flame turns on for around 10 mins. then goes off and doesn't come back on until you shut the unit down and turn it back on. I've replaced: flame sensor, hi limit therm. , cycling therm., coils, ignitor and thermal fuse.
Answer William, At this point, would have to suspect that you're loosing the neutral leg of the heat circuit through the motor centrifugal switch or wires. When the dryer is running, the motor switch heat circuit (blue and black wires) closes and complete the circuit to the neutral leg of the dryer cord. if the switch circuit opens, or if the blue or black wire have a loose or frayed connection the circuit "opens" and there'd be no power through the gas valve, and there'd be no ignition or heat.
I have a Maytag dryer. I am smelling a gas odor when dryer runs. I am not sure which part might cause this problem.
Answer Hello Mike. You need to check and see if the igniter is weak and replace it if needed. Also, check for gas leaks at the gas valve assembly on the unit.
I have a Maytag drayer DG303 would not heat. Replaced gas valve and hilimit thermostat. How long should the flame stay on to heat dryer? Thanks
The flames will stay on until the cycling thermostat reads that the temperature has been met and opens up. With no clothes in the dryer and properly vented this would be about 1 to 2 minutes after it fires. With a load of wet clothes it could be 20 minutes or more. If the flame is going out rapidly check the venting of the dryer to make sure that there is no clogging.
I have a Maytag Dryer DG303. How long should the flame stay on after I start the dryer?
The flame will stay lit on the dryer until the cycling thermostat is satisfied and then the flame will shut off. Once the cycling thermostat cools the unit will cycle again. If the flame is shutting of quickly then you will want to make sure that your venting is clear from the blower wheel to the outside of home as this can cause longer drying times.
Just received gas valve and still having same issue. Changed ignitor, and app
liance comes on about 15 seconds and then cools down and shuts off. What would you suggest I do next.
Answer Mark, We're taking for granted you're discussing the burner flame cooling down and shutting off, not the dryer itself ? Presumably you don't have an issue with the gas supply to the dryer. You should have 3.0 to 4.0 WCI constant at the wall connection/shut off. Your next check should be to check the burn time, and dryer exhaust temperature, with the dryer vent disconnected. That should be an avrage of 155 dgrs, and the burner flame should be on for approximately 60 seconds, with no load in the dryer. A clogged or restricted exhaust pipe or hood,or lint build up in the blower housing(under the lint filter) will cause the dryer to cycle the hi limit switch and shut the burner down early. If the burner still cycles to quick, with the vent off, then it's time to check or replace the cycling thermostat or hi limit switch. Thanks